Since 1996, Cabin Fever has been a favorite source for cabin decor and rustic lodge furnishings. Whether you're decorating an entire cabin, or simply adding some final touches, we're sure you'll find our furnishings and accessories to be just what you're looking for. We feature a wide variety of themes to choose from, with one of the most unique collections of locally crafted furniture, lighting, rustic mountain kitchen and bath decor, along with bedding collections and wall art for every room in your cabin or home. We invite you to come visit our showroom on beautiful Main Street in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, and let us help you with all of your decorating needs. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, click “contact us” and let us see if we can track it down for you.
August 8, 2018 -
We visit Blowing Rock every year and never miss stopping in to Cabin Fever. I don't have a cabin but I always find something unique to the mountains. Love this store!! Sherie Bentley -------------
May 17, 2018 -
I have visited this store several times over the years and am never disappointed. Glad to see the website is adding more of what I love so much in their store. Sophie Randal
Southern Living recently published a piece about Blowing Rock that was full of links and recommendations for visitors. The colorful photos were shot on assignment for the article, and are just stunning. Check out the article here:
https://www.southernliving.com/travel/north-carolina/blowing-rock-nc ----- The Blowing Rock Historical Society is presenting another series of Artists in Residence shows at Edgewood Cottage. This year, the series will last through October, and will feature nearly 30 artists, which includes alumni artists from previous years.
-Artists in Residence is free and open to the public at Edgewood Cottage, located at the corner of Main and Chestnut Streets.
-Show hours are Thurs-Tues, 10am-6pm, and Sun, noon-6pm (closed Wed).
-Different artists are featured each week from now through October 30.
-Visitors can view works in progress, talk to artists, and purchase work.
-Portions of art sales will go to the restoration efforts at Moses Cone.